NEOM unveils plans for a hexagon-shaped luxury hotel, Siranna

The futuristic property will feature 100 hotel rooms and apartments…

Another new jewel emerges from Saudi Arabia’s giga-project NEOM. Here’s introducing Siranna, an exclusive destination nestled along the pristine Gulf of Aqaba coastline, accessible only via boats where guests will sail through natural rock formations before reaching the property’s entrance.


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The ultra-luxury property will boast a 65-key hotel and 35 exclusive residences housed in a hexagonal structure – akin to basalt columns – designed to blend into the surrounding mountains. So, imagine waking up to uninterrupted views of the Red Sea, with the tiered design offering different perspectives of the sea, mountains, and flora.

A relaxing escape


A signature beach club, spas, state-of-the-art wellness facilities, and high-end restaurants will be part of the offerings at Siranna. Each pool provides a breathtaking view of the bay, leading to a private beach.

Guests seeking a connection with the landscape will be able to enjoy the winding discovery trails on foot or horseback to explore where the sea, mountain and wadi meet. Guests can also witness showstopping performances and entertainment and marvel at art installations throughout the unique space.


Inspiring architecture

The architecture will pay homage to the local area’s heritage and seamlessly blend into the adjoining mountain and wadi.


There will be minimal intervention in nature to preserve the surrounding landscape. The towering, hexagonal pillars, emerging from the coastal terrain, create a distinctive yet harmonious design and will be beautifully carved into the mountainsides.

Siranna joins two other futuristic hotel projects in the Gulf of Aqaba region, including Epicon and Leyja by Habitas. All three projects focus on integrating themselves with nature and disconnecting guests from the noise of modern life.

The NEOM project will contain ten regions, including an octagon-shaped port city named Oxagon, the mirrored mega-city The Line and an island resort called Sindalah.

Images: NEOM / SPA